Cortright Wetherill Jr. operates car dealerships in suburban Philadelphia. In 2006 President George Bush appointed Cortright Wetherill Chairman of the Advisory Committee on the Arts for the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.
His father, Cortright Wetherill Sr. was a stockbroker from Philadelphia who later resigned to breed and race horses at his Happy Hill Farm. His most famous horse was Raise A Native who produced over 70 stakes winners.
His brother Peter, also has a home in Wellington that is listed on this site.